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This is a small museum devoted to a very important event that is little known outside of Eastern Europe. The museum commemorates the death of millions of people, primarily Ukrainians, in the years 1932-33 when terror tactics were used to confiscate land, farm implements, livestock,...More
If you go to one site, this should be it. The memorial is beautiful. But the most important part is the underground musuem. If you take your time you can listen to the testimonies of Holodomore survivors. Thankfully, they are in English. I will never...More
In one year alone over 7 million men women and children were left with no food to a slow death from starvation. Lennon and Stalin were monsters. Please ask upon entry for the English videos and they will play them for you. This was one...More
Very nicely done museum about a very dark page of Ukrainian history. Unfortunately, the museum is tiny and almost everything is in Ukrainian. They have a couple of multimedia terminal that have explanations and videos in English. The survivors’ testimonies are absolutely moving...
The museum itself is located underneath the Holodomor monument and is dedicated to the millions of people who were starved as a result of Stalin's forced agricultural collectivisation policy in the 1930's. The museum is largely in Ukrainian and I wasn't able to understand most...More